Woodcock Sports Centre, Studio 3, Aston University, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7ET.
IWKA Wing Tjun
The Three Treaseures of Chinese Martial Arts: Philosophy, Health and the Martial part form the basis of the system. The balance of these three treasures is critically important.
Sifu Sergio studied Wing Chun in depth for 30 years, devoting 10 of those years to full time research in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and mainland China. He studied the ‘arts’ philosophy, history, principles and concepts. The combination of his years of study and reserach has laid the foundation for the IWKA system and its unique curriculum: connecting vital pieces of information and history from multiple Wing Chun linages and formulating all that knowledge into a systematic teaching curriculum while preserving a piece of Chinese Culture. The curriculum prepares students to cope with realistic self defence situations in a contemporary world. The IWKA programs emphasise on developing body, mind and energy which is seen as an important aspect of one’s day to day life.
Wing Chun is based on Chinese wisdom. In order not to create an imbalance and loss of maximum efficiency, it is important not to deviate from the systems main Kuen Kuits, concepts, principles and formulas.
Woodcock Sports Centre
Studio 3, Aston University
Edgbaston Community Centre
40 Woodview Drive
Woodcock Sports Centre, Studio 3